What is Clinical Strength Skincare?
Clinical strength skincare means the products contain a higher percentage of active ingredients that have been clinically proven to have a positive effect on the skin. Each product is made with the most concentrated levels of active ingredients instead of fillers, such as water that dilute the formula and decrease the products effectiveness.
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Made with high concentrations of plant based extracts, peptides, vitamins & other skin transforming ingredients.
Treating Hyperpigmentation Based on Your Skin Tone
Have you ever wondered why you seem to be struggling with hyperpigmentation more than others? Well trust us, hyperpigmentation doesn’t spare anyone. It affects all of us differently depending on our skin tone. From the lightest skin tone to the darkest we have all been affected in one way or another. Our struggles may look different and that’s why depending on your skin tone, the way you prevent and treat hyperpigmentation will look a little different.
Scientifically Proven Ingredients That Help Slow Down The Signs of Aging
The skin care industry is inundated with the next trending ingredients. For those of us with mature skin it can be a confusing space to navigate. From Korean beauty to the Green beauty community, there is always a new product with the newest fad ingredient. Skincare doesn’t have to be overwhelming and can actually be quite simple when you stick with a few time tested and scientifically proven ingredients that never let us down in an anti-aging skincare routine.
Written by: Courtney Long
What is oily skin and how to effectively manage it?
A not so obvious solution to managing your oil production-
Yes, I know. Sounds crazy. But your skin will go into emergency mode to protect itself by producing more oil if it isn’t sufficiently moisturized. Oils can help regulate your sebaceous glands by balancing and maintaining the moisture in your skin (therefore creating a positive feedback loop to your skin).